Whether you are new to working out, returning to exercise after an injury or just starting a new style of program, then you will most likely have experience the effects of delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS).
Many people include alcohol in their diet but what they may not think about is the number of calories included in the drinks. It is easy to forget that you can drink as many calories as you eat, and that alcohol can cause you to eat more calories after consuming the alcohol.
Whether your break was due to injury, pregnancy, childbirth, life just getting in the way, or in most cases right now because of COVID! Getting back into exercise after you have not done anything for a while is hard!
While you may watch your calories, sugar, and salt intake, you should also make sure you are ingesting enough protein. Read how..
A massive misconception that people believe is that if they do not want to look like a bodybuilder, they should not perform resistance training, so the only form of exercise they do is aerobic. But this just is not true..
Do you prefer to have a snack first or workout on an empty stomach? Read on..
There is one common thing across statistical studies of people who have achieved and maintained a large weight loss- they eat breakfast.
Everyone knows that you should be stretching before and after exercise, but how many people actually do it? Why should we be stretching; how often and how do we know what type of stretches we should be doing.
Now, more then ever, it is especially important for you to look after yourself and your mental health. Read our blog to find out how.